kevin lyda wrote:
>> ok, we can settle this once and for all. the following message is talking
> about england, but i'm wodering if it applies here? the census is delayed
> till april 2002, so we have time to get this right. essentially, you'd
> put vi or emacs down for a religion and then at the end we'd have a count.
>> so, does ireland have the same rule?
One rule they forget to mention in this e-mail, but was mentioned
in articles reporting on it is: It is an offence to put false
information into a census form. I can not remember what the
penalty was, but what they were suggesting was illegal under Australian
law. I think a similar rule applies here.
Anyway what about the other cults of:
or other possible combinations :-)
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